The week 8 English premier league will be interesting because of the exciting matches in the fixtures. After the round of week 7 games, Chelsea leads the league table with 16 points.
The blues have been impressive this season despite the inconsistency of some of their players. The likes of Pulisic, Hakim Ziyech, Kante and Reece James have not been active this season in terms of suspension and injury.
The blues played without Ngolo Kante, Reece James and Pulisic in their last league match against Southampton at Stamford Bridge.
It was a brilliant performance from Tuchel's team who showed class from the beginning of the match to the end. This October International break have been helpful for Chelsea team because Ngolo Kante and James are back form Injury while Timo Werner rediscovered his RB Leibzig goal scoring form.
With Ngolo Kante and James back into the team, Tuchel will be starting his strongest team against Brentford in other to maintain the top position.
According to reports, Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku was also involved in today's training despite his muscle Injury news. The Belgian international left International duty after his Roberto Martinez confirmed his Injury news.
Tuchel's Strongest Like Up Against Brentford
Edouard Mendy will maintain the number position against Brentford after an impressive performance in the International break. Mendy have been impressive for Chelsea this season and his dominace against Kepa Arrizablaga will continue in Brentford game.
Azpilicueta will be leading Chelsea's back 3 defense alongside Rudiger and Christensen. Thiago Silva is currently in International duty for Brazil and might not play against Brentford.
With the 4 man midfielders, Ben Chilwel and James will start as the two wing back woke Jorginho and Ngolo Kante will remain as the two central midfielders.
Romelu Lukaku will be leading Chelsea's 3 man attacking line up alongside Mason Mount and Timo Werner. Werner was impressive for Germany in their last match and his two goals qualified the club for next year's FIFA World Cup.
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